Author: ontarget7

Archery Tips – One Step At A Time

By Shane Chuning It has been a long winter for a lot of us.  With spring finally here, it means dusting off those bows for some practice. Others like myself shoot throughout the year, so no dusting is needed. Either way with spring in the air, it brings all of us archers out to enjoy the nice weather and a chance to fine tune our equipment for the upcoming season. It is always nice to get a jump on this early, so we are more prepared for the hunts that we have that are fast approaching. In regards to...

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The 2012 Archery Elk Hunt I Will Always Remember

By Shane Chuning The 2012 season was definitely an odd year for me. I usually spend hours in the field hanging cameras along with plenty of scouting. Generally, I started doing this the first part of May when I lived in Utah. I  put lots of miles in the backcountry exploring different areas every year while keeping my tried and true areas near to my heart for back up. Well, the 2012 year was completely different, due to the recession which had me looking for other avenues for work. This led to zero scouting or hanging cameras. I realized...

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A Combo That Really Packs A Punch

 By Shane Chuning I know I did a brief review of the Bear Motive 6 in last month’s issue, but I wanted to do a follow up with some more information, along with a review of the Easton Injexion arrows. Bear Archery in my opinion has come on really strong the last few years with their bow line-up. The Motive series are by far my favorite models to date. With the introduction of the new H13 cam, it will sure gain popularity amongst avid archers and bow hunters, alike. Take the Motive 6 and combine that with the Easton...

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Bows to Consider For 2013

By Shane Chuning  Bear Archery Motive 6 I had to look twice when I originally saw pictures of this bow due to the new Bear Synchronized Hybrid Cam System. The Motive 6 has what they are calling the H13 Cams that are both the brains and the brawn behind this bow, achieving blazing speeds while maintaining a smooth, comfortable draw. This bow packs a punch in the specs department with an IBO speed of 350 FPS, weighing 4 pounds, 6 inch brace, axle to axle is 32”, peak draw weights 50 LBS/ 60 LBS / 70 LBS, draw length...

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Pro’s Pick: The Quest Drive By G5 Outdoors

By Shane Chuning     Most of us in the archery industry have heard of G5 Outdoors and their excellent products and very high quality CNC machining. Well that same quality is apparent in the Quest line of bows that they have been producing for the last four or five years. This year the Quest Drive is no exception and is sure to please those looking to purchase an excellent bow at a very good price point of $699.99 for a bare bow. I had the privilege of setting one of these up recently for this review and was very pleased...

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